No chance of career advancement.
Answered - Operations Manager (Current Employee) - Santa Clara, CA
HR policies are followed only to a point, then ignored. Employees need to be aware of politics more than policy to be in a safe environment.
Answered - Senior Product Application Engineer (Former Employee) - Hillsboro, OR
Job loss or unwilling to relocate
Answered - Equipment and Process Engineer (Former Employee) - Portland, OR
Higher pay, if they move everyone to the Fort Collins office like I've been hearing about I can't afford 110 miles to and from work every day on $20/hr.
Answered - Software Developer (Current Employee) - Longmont, CO
Answered - Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Santa Clara, CA
Not very competitive salary
Answered - Test Automation Team Leader (Former Employee) - Petah-Tikva and Haifa
Sick of not being able to accomplish goals due to headcount and budget constantly under attack. I can't make any forward progress year after year because I keep loosing good people. Funding is restricted to the point I can't hire people or buy hardware. The kicker is upper management still wants their cake, but I don't have any flour to bake it.
Answered - Product Manager and Senior Systems Administrator (Current Employee) - Oregon
Lack of promotion opportunities the company is very political. very worried about bottom line and stockholders. Management missed the boat on mobile phone and trying to buy there way into other markets.
Answered - SR Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Answered - Senior Level Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Only because my husband was very ill did I have to leave Intel.
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Rio Rancho, NM